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‘It’s intimate learning’: Johanna Ohmes shares passion for MU’s history program

Written on June 30th, 2016 by
Categories: Feature, Programs, Students
Johanna Ohmes is fascinated by stories. She loves seeing the way they connect, intertwine and build upon each other in the present and the past. That’s why she was drawn to Multnomah’s history program. Continue Reading »
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Doctor of Ministry program strengthens Chris Haughee’s child welfare chaplaincy

Written on June 22nd, 2016 by
Categories: Press Releases, Programs, Seminary, Students
Chris Haughee has worked with children and teens for more than 15 years. He’s heard many stories, listened to many heartbreaks and learned many names. Now, as a chaplain at Intermountain Residential Services — a child welfare agency in Montana — he is fostering an atmosphere of love. “As I walk forward in advocacy for children, I am walking with Jesus,” he says. “I am embraced by a love that transcends me.” Continue Reading »
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MU professor co-leads pastoral conference in Malawi, Africa

Written on May 20th, 2016 by
Categories: Events, Faculty, Missions, Pray For MU, Press Releases, Theology
MU professor Roger Trautmann will be conducting the Pastors’ Enrichment Conference in Malawi, East Africa May 24-25. Trautmann, along with Carl Palmer from Global Training Network, was chosen by the Luis Palau Association to lead the event, which will draw nearly 800 pastors. Continue Reading »
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Multnomah students make dorm life their business

Written on May 19th, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, Programs, Students
Marketing professor Michael Hohn doesn’t like fake case studies. He prefers bringing the curriculum to life by instigating legitimate projects with real impact. That’s exactly what his Sales and Marketing class did last semester. Continue Reading »
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Spring graduates reflect on time well spent

Written on May 9th, 2016 by
Categories: Events, Faculty, Students
Last Friday, 115 Multnomah students walked across the stage of Rolling Hills Community Church to receive their diplomas. Among them were Abigail Buckley, Brian Hall, Mandee Campos, Dae Kim, Nancy Anderson and Santino Cantalupo, six students who picked up much more than a quality education at MU. They took some time to reflect on what they’ve learned, how they’ve changed and where they plan to go next. Continue Reading »
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Students partner with local nonprofit providing free clothes for foster kids

Written on May 5th, 2016 by
Categories: Students
Rhonda Meadows is beaming as she welcomes six Multnomah students to her cheery storefront inside the Lloyd Center Mall. Once the group gathers in a semi-circle, the HR Management class from MU’s business program presents her with two handbooks. Meadows thumbs through the pages as the students explain their work. She likes what she sees. “I just want to applaud you,” she says, looking around at each business major. “You guys did such an amazing job. This really helps us.” Continue Reading »